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Facebook billionaire writes 9000 Tech crunch entitled, weddings Kids Prom Dresses used to be sacred and other lessons about internet journalism. The former president of facebook and cofounder of napster, parker has never Quinceanera Dresses 2014 been one for subtlety we get that.But this 9, 384word article, featuring five summary points and seven sections, is absurd(Seriously:Were there no editors at tech crunch today? ) Really, his rebuttal could have been tweetsized:Instead, in true ridiculous attentionseeking parker style, we get a novel arguably more selfindulgent than the wedding itself on why he had the wedding, why he is misjudged, and why oh why won't people leave him alone. No, i haven't read the whole thing, and i have no plans to do so.Three times, i have scanned the thing, trying to find a concise snippet, and three times nearly fallen asleep.Here's the best i can do: "A mob of internet trolls, ecozealots, and other angry folk from every corner of the internet unleashed a fury of vulgar insults, flooding our email and facebook pages.This was the sort of angry invective normally reserved for genocidal dictators. " Is one of the founding fathers of the homepage here facebook actually a)Making the claim that he cannot figure out how to make his profile private and b)Stating he's surprised by strangers hating on celebrities? What is actually offensive is parker's outrage:As a pioneer of the internet, he must be familiar with the meanstrangerwithakeyboard world.And for someone who allegedly hates all the press about his wedding, he sure did a great job tweeting about it. Is it actually news to him that famous people particularly very wealthy famous people get picked apart online?And readers particularly those who can hide behind an anonymous name make brash, evil remarks at people they don't know? What do you think:Should we extend parker any sympathy?Is he making a last attempt Evening Dresses Cheap UK at another news story about his magical day?Or does he actually need a lesson in less is more?



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